Alabama Tourism Launches Civil Rights Podcast, Ren Seasfoods Buy Mobile Property

Alabama tourism launches civil rights podcast
The Alabama Tourism Department has launched a three-episode podcast focusing on the civil rights movement and Alabama’s part in it. The podcast tells stories of the era and urges people to visit the sites associated with the movement. The “Alabama Civil Rights Trail” podcast is available on the department’s website and other places where podcasts are available. – NBC 13

Ren Seafoods buy Mobile property
Ren Seafoods purchased the former Smith’s bakery building and property for $4.17 million. The company plans to invest $12.4 million for a processing and distribution hub. The property includes about 15.5 acres.  –

Mobile-based CPSI buys software company
Health care solutions company CPSI, which is based in Mobile, has acquired TruCode LLC, a leading software provider for health providers and others. TruCode is based in Georgia. CPSI is the parent company of Evident LLC, American HealthTech Inc., TruBridge LLC and iNetXperts Corp.  – CPSI

Student housing property near UA sold to Baltimore, Georgia venture
A joint venture between a Baltimore company and one based in Atlanta has purchased Riverfront Village, a 440-bed student housing property near the University of Alabama. ABR Chesapeake Fund VI paid $7.4 million for the 192-unit property.  – Business Wire

Airbus revs up Toulouse manufacturing again
Delayed last year by the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus once again is converting an assembly line in Toulouse, France, to build it A320 and A321 aircraft. Airbus facilities in Mobile and in Hamburg, Germany, already make the A321, a narrow-bodied jet.  – Bloomberg

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